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Brazilian national breeding stands out in eventing

Marcel, Marcio and Miguel Appel with Jacinto Tognato

By Roberta Milani / ABCCH (Translation: Caroline Padilla)
Photography: Personal collection and CHSA

São Paulo claimed the spotlight for another equestrian event recently when the Clube Hípico de Santo Amaro (CHSA) hosted an eventing competiton with obstacles ranging from 0m50 to 1m00 and international level with CCI1*, CCI2* and CCI3* competitions.

The club, which includes 330,000 square metres of woods and gardens, is located at the heart of São Paulo state’s capital city. The event awarded points within the following rankings for eventing:
• 2022 Santo Amaro’s Eventing Cup
• CBH Ranking
• FPH Efficiency Trophy
• 2022 ABHIR Eventing Championship
• 2022 BH Young Horses Ranking.
The discipline, considered an equestrian triathlon with dressage, cross-country and jumping phases, has made its way back in full force at CHSA, and since 2020 has been following the guidelines of rider and director Leonardo Vani Fernandes.

Éder Gustavo Baldin Pagoto riding Z-Flip do Feroleto

Besides being strong, smooth-riding and manageable, the Brazilian Sport Horse has also proven its speed and increased its participation in state-wide eventing competitions as well as at national and international levels. The breed has been widely awarded, which attracts new supporters to this kind of equestrian ‘marathon’.
To highlight the main pairs riding BH horses, the three-star series category saw Éder Gustavo Baldin Pagoto riding Z-Flip do Feroleto (Flipper d’Elle x Landritter) finish with the best performance score: 42,9. Second place went to Ricky Candi and Destaque Jt (Carthoes-B Z x Kenetico), with 44.7 points.
According to Pagoto: “I’m very happy. Z-Flip is a young horse who joined the sport only this year and has been doing really well in eventing. This is our second positive result of the year, and at three-star level, it seems very promising.” said Pagoto was a member of the eighth-placed Brazilian eventing team at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games in Australia.
Top of the podium in the two-star series was claimed by Col. Jeferson Sgnaolin Moreira on board Alcapone Do Rincão (Mercurio Do Rincao x Winsor), with 40.9 points. Vice-champions were the military police Captain Silva Gouveia with George MCJ (Non Plus Ultra III x Landritter), ahead of Lieutenant Colonel Rodrigo Bragança and Valência Das Cataratas (Wittinger VDL x Jmen Astronaut). Lieutenant Colonel Rodrigo Bragança riding Versátil Do Rincão finished fourth, followed by Marcelo Pagoto, with Angelo Anpar (Quantum Do Feroleto x Buvant). They all represent Brazilian national breeding... To read the complete article you need to be a subscriber


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